Most kitchens are constructed primarily from laminated chipboard. This material is cheap but quite weak compared to other kinds of engineered woods such as plywood. Also is it not so eco-friendly due to the resin being used to keep the wood chips together.
 A steel structure forms the basis for the design of this constructive kitchen. Plywood is used for the construction of drawers and doors, partly covered with linoleum (Forbo Desktop), a durable material made of linseed.
 The method of constructing and the pure use of materials results in a kitchen with an industrial feel. Details such as levelers and braces reinforce this character which is typical of the work of Studio Mieke Meijer.
 The composite worktops consist of quartz crystals, resin and other fragments, which makes them completely non-porous and almost indestructible.
 The kitchen consists of two units with built-in appliances. The efficient layout and the application of full extension drawers provide ample storage space.
  Accessoires: Zuiderzee stool by  MKGK  commissioned by Zuiderzeemuseum Enkhuizen, Lookshelf by  Daphna Laurens  for  Ontwerplabel Vij5 , Bottles Collection by  Klaas Kuiken , Tap water carafe by  Lotte de Raadt
 The kitchen consists of two units with built-in appliances. The efficient layout and the application of full extension drawers provide ample storage space.
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